Lexington School for the Deaf is partnering with Deaf Kids Code to provide a rich summer work-based learning experience. This program will be a 6-week unpaid hybrid (virtual and in-person) experience that will allow students to earn required work-based learning hours towards New York State’s Career Development Occupational Studies (CDOS) credential requirements for graduation.
On May 5th, three Lexington students - Alexandra, Andrew & Jomar - joined teens from throughout the five boroughs in a performance of "Brand New Day" from The Wiz to promote the festival. Click here to view the Kick-Off video!
Lexington's Drama Club has been invited to participate in two theatre festivals, The Annual Shubert Foundation High School Theatre Festival, presented virtually on May 17th, and the Annual Queens Borough Arts Festival, to be released virtually in early June 2021.
Join Lexington staff to practice conversations in ASL - Mondays 5-6 pm and Thursdays 4-5 p.m. Specifically for (and FREE for) families of Lexington students. Click here for flyer!
Unase al personal de Lexington para practica tus ASL conversaciones - Lunes 5-6 pm & Jueves 4-5 pm. Especificamenta para (y GRATIS) familias para las familias de los estudiantes de Lexington. Haga clic aquí para flyer.
This morning, we were notified that a High School student has tested positive for COVID-19. This student was last on campus on Tuesday, April 13th. All staff and families that had close contact with the student were immediately notified and the building has been disinfected. School will remain open for those students who have chosen hybrid and for staff who are working in the building.
This video explains the three options for completing the Daily Health Screening, which is part of Lexington's COVID-19 safety procedures. The health screening questionnaire must be completed every day for every student, employee or visitor who enters the building. Click here to see the video!
We know that the transition back to in person learning can be both exciting and anxiety provoking for our students. With the addition of so many new rules and expectations our students will surely need time to adjust. The PBIS team has been working on a "Welcome Back Video" for students and staff. Click here to view the video!
Welcome back to the nest! Everyone was thrilled to see Lexington's Ready to Learn, preschool, elementary and special needs students at Lexington on February 23rd for hybrid learning. Teachers and staff helped students learn new health and safety procedures and the Lexington bluejay made an appearance. Click here to see the video!
Former long-time board member, Alan Mansfield, passed away on January 11, 2021. He served on the board for over 30 years. Alan was a champion of and loyal to the Lexington School and Center for the Deaf. He was an incredibly busy and successful man, but always had a big heart for Lexington.
Join Lexington staff to practice building sentences and play games to expand your ASL on different topics. Specifically for (and FREE for) families of Lexington students. Click here for flyer!
Unase al personal de Lexington para practicar construir oraciones y jugar juegos para ampliar su ASL sobre diferentes temas. Especificamenta para (y GRATIS) familias para las familias de los estudiantes de Lexington. Haga clic aquí para flyer.